Goldie Hawn, 71, and Amy Schumer, 35, enjoyed themselves as they presented the award for Best Actor in a Musical or Comedy.


The pair star together in the upcoming comedy-action film Snatched, where Hawn and Schumer play a mother-daughter combo. “Yeah, I play the daughter,” Schumer assured the crowd. “Although I read for both parts.”

In a hilarious bit, Hawn continuously had difficulty reading the teleprompter, and Schumer kept correcting her and asking if she wanted her reading glasses, in typical mother-daughter fashion.

“Best actor, motion picture comedy or mystical,” read Hawn. “Musical,” Schumer corrected. “Do you have your glasses?” Schumer asked.

“No, I don’t need them,” Hawn replied cooly. The bit went on like this, with Hawn messing up and Schumer’s patience wearing thin. Schumer even got Hawn’s husband Kurt Russell involved, asking if he had her glasses. “She won’t wear them!” mouthed Russell.

Finally, the comedy duo got to the end and awarded Ryan Gosling with his Golden Globe for his work in La La Land, who then himself gave a very moving acceptance speech.

See the trailer for Hawn and Schumer’s new film below.

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